Patients: $179/night plus 18.08% in taxes.
Medical professionals: $209/night plus 18.08% in taxes.
Hotel reservations will be cross-checked and verified with registration status to make sure patients receive the discounted room rate. Note: Taxes are subject to change without notice.
To receive the group rate, call 877-622-3056 and identify yourself with the Pulmonary Hypertension Association.
A credit card and a deposit equal to one night’s room charge must accompany your reservation request.
Reserve your room by May 20. After that date, discounted reservations will be accepted only if space is available. We expect the room block to fill before May 20, so make your reservations early.
If you need to cancel, contact the hotel at least 24 hours before check-in to recover your deposit.
Need an ADA-compliant room, refrigerator or other service to accommodate your pulmonary hypertension (PH) challenges? Make sure you ask for a room that complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act when you make your hotel reservation. The need for ADA-compliant rooms will be high, and they will be distributed on a first-come, first-served basis. Likewise, the hotel has a limited number of refrigerators, so remind the reservations team that you need one for medication.
For information about traveling with oxygen, wheelchair assistance and more, visit our Patient Services page.
|From John Wayne Airport|
Download a ground transportation map to see pickup spots for rental cars, ride shares, taxis and shuttles.
A variety of shuttle companies provide shuttle and bus service in Orange County. Reservations may be made in advance or at the airport’s lower level Ground Transportation Center.
John Wayne Airport Yellow Cab offers service to travelers from the Ground Transportation Center (GTC) on the Arrival (lower) Level between Terminals A and B. In Terminal C, Yellow Cabs are available on the Arrival Level at Column 14.
John Wayne Airport has specific instructions about where to meet your ride share driver for pickup. Lyft, Uber and Wingz pick up passengers on the top level of parking structures A2 and B2 and in the Terminal C parking structure on the upper level next to the ticketing area. For more information, visit the airport website.
No buses go directly from JWA to Anaheim, so at least one transfer is necessary. See the trip planner to review public transportation options.
|From Long Beach Airport|
Information on rental cars, taxis, shuttles and rideshare companies including Lyft, Uber, Wingz and Opoli is available on the Long Beach Airport website. All transportation is available at the curb in front of the terminal. Rental car offices are across the street from the terminal.
A variety of shuttle companies provide service from Long Beach Airport. A shared van is about $23, and private service is about $35.
|From Los Angeles International|
View this LAX map to review ground transportation waiting areas.
Lyft, Opoli and Uber are authorized to pick up passengers at LAX.
Scheduled buses are available from a variety of services from LAX to Anaheim such as:
Courtesy shuttles take travelers to offsite rental car lots near LAX.
Review detailed ADA travel information and services at LAX.
Anaheim Packing District: Shop, dine and drink at a variety of local eateries and shops.
Center Street Promenade: Eclectic blend of independent stores, restaurants and live music.
Honda Center: Home to the NHL’s Anaheim Ducks team.
Angel Stadium: Home to the Los Angeles Angels.
The Pulmonary Hypertension Association (PHA) is the oldest and largest nonprofit association in the world dedicated to extending and improving the lives of those affected by pulmonary hypertension.
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